BashkirEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [bʊ̞t]
  • Hyphenation: бот (one syllable)

Etymology 1Edit

 
Бот

From Proto-Turkic *būt (thigh; leg).

Cognate with Kazakh бұт (but, thigh), Kyrgyz бут (but, leg), Uyghur پۇت(put, leg; foot), Turkish but (thigh), Yakut буут (buut, thigh), etc.

NounEdit

бот (bot)

  1. thigh

Etymology 2Edit

From Persian پت(put, idol).

Cognate with Uyghur بۇت(but, idol; icon).

NounEdit

бот (bot)

  1. pagan idol

Etymology 3Edit

From Russian пуд (pud, pood), from Late Latin pondo, from Classical Latin pondus (weight; pound).

Cognate with Yakut буут (buut, pood).

NounEdit

бот (bot)

  1. pood, an obsolete Russian unit of mass equal to 16.38 kg

DeclensionEdit


MacedonianEdit

NounEdit

бот (botm

  1. bot (robot)
  2. (slang) idiot, nincompoop

InflectionEdit


RussianEdit

 
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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [bot]
  • (file)

Etymology 1Edit

Borrowed from Dutch boot.

NounEdit

бот (botm inan (genitive бо́та, nominative plural бо́ты, genitive plural бо́тов)

  1. (nautical) boat
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

Borrowed from French botte.

 
Боты в камуфляжной окраске

NounEdit

бот (botm inan (genitive бо́та, nominative plural бо́ты, genitive plural бо́тов)

  1. overshoe
  2. a type of winter shoe with a zipper or Velcro fastener
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 3Edit

Borrowed from English bot.

NounEdit

бот (botm anim (genitive бо́та, nominative plural бо́ты, genitive plural бо́тов)

  1. (computing, video games) bot
DeclensionEdit